If you’re looking to mount a non-VESA monitor, there are a few things you’ll need to take into account. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process of mounting a non-VESA monitor step-by-step, so you can get started using your new monitor as soon as possible.
First, you’ll need to gather a few supplies. You’ll need a drill, a screwdriver, a measuring tape, and a level. You’ll also need to purchase a VESA mount adapter kit. These can be found online or at your local hardware store.
Once you have your supplies, you’ll need to measure the width and height of your monitor. This will help you determine what size VESA mount adapter kit you need to purchase. Then, you’ll need to find the center of your monitor. This is where you’ll drill a hole for the mount.
Next, you’ll need to attach the VESA mount adapter to your monitor. Once it’s secure, you can then attach the mount to the adapter. Make sure the mount is level before tightening the screws. Then, you can attach your monitor to the mount.
Now, you’re ready to start using your new monitor. Enjoy!